high frequency inverter sun exposure – how does it effect your skin

by:KEBO      2019-08-02
Once, sun exposure was considered a health benefit for any outdoor activity.Sunlight does play an important role in the effective function of skin cells and the healthy growth of our body.However, sickThe influence of the sun's ultraviolet rays exceeds the benefits of the Sun, which makes it necessary for us to protect the skin from the sun.
Sunlight is made up of a series of high-frequency ultraviolet rays.UVA and UVA radiation that penetrates through the surface of the skin and causes intrinsic damage to the skin cells.Obvious signs of sun damage include suntan, freckles, and sunburn.In addition, UV radiation can also cause inherent damage in the long run, resulting in wrinkles, fine lines, age spots and sagging skin.While the body's defense system can repair external damage, internal damage accumulates over time, leading to premature aging and, in severe cases, skin cancer.
Sun protection is a life-long process starting from the baby period and should last for life.Research shows that in the first 18 years of our lives, our total life-span sun exposure rate is about 80.This is why it is important to protect the skin from the sun from childhood, so that there will be no sequelae in the future.
Here are some tips to protect your skin from the sun this summer.
Sunlight consists of three kinds of light.Among them, the strongest and most destructive UVC rays are UVA, UVA and UVC.But fortunately, UVC rays are absorbed by the ozone layer and therefore cannot be reached.However, our skin needs to be protected from both UVA and MW rays in the sun.Therefore, please use a sunscreen that provides a wide range of sun protection and can prevent UVA and medium-wave ultraviolet rays.Here are some tips for choosing effective sunscreen.
Sunscreen should contain ingredients like titanium dioxide and zinc oxide that reflect the ultraviolet rays of the sun.
Consider the SPF value of sunscreen.Use at least SPF 30 sunscreen.The SPF of sunscreen should be high enough to keep your skin safe from the sun for a long time.SPF 30 sunscreen filter 96.7% UV.
If you are exposed to the sun for a very limited amount of time, like you run errands, walk to the car, etc., Then a sunscreen with SPF 15 is enough for you.However, if you need to spend more time in the sun, such as exercising, mowing the lawn or playing, then you need at least one SPF 30 sunscreen.Also, if your skin is very white, then you should consider using sunscreen with a sun protection factor of 99.This is because people with fair skin lack melanin and are highly sensitive to the sun.For people who take drugs to increase their skin's susceptibility to sunburn or have a history of skin cancer in their family, it is also recommended to use SPF 50 sunscreen.
First of all, do not use expired sunscreen (or any skin care products ).Check the validity period of your sunscreen cream bottles or tubes and throw them away immediately if they have passed the golden age.If the expiration date is not mentioned, then it is better to have sunscreen after one year.Also, make sure you store sunscreen in cool dark places so they don't lose efficiency and will last longer.
One of the most common mistakes people make when using sunscreen is that they don't use enough sunscreen.Ideally, take an ounce of sunscreen, about a cup, and apply it to the exposed parts of your body.Remember, if you don't apply thick layers, it won't protect the skin from the sun.Also, make sure to re-apply every 2 hours later, especially if you are swimming or sweating a lot.Looking for waterproof or waterproof-Anti-sunscreen.Waterproof sunscreen guarantees protection for 80 minutes while waterproofSun-resistant sunscreen provides only 40 minutes of protection.
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Dr.Marlene cerret is a graduate of the Western Health Science University of the Pacific orthopaedic School of Medicine.

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